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Ford, Chrysler and I

 of chapter 9 (especially pp 252-255) provide heavy algebra without many further clear-cut economic results. At this final stage, the book seems to suffer from the usual syndrome of neo-classical 'general equilibrium-type analysis where 'everything depends on everything else' and unambiguous results become hard to obtain! The book ends with a long (pp 256-286) and interesting appendix on the much debated issue of tenancy in agriculture.

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